Chengdu hosts Asean-China digital economy cooperation conference


File photo of China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi addressing counterparts from Asean countries in a live video conference during the Asean-China Ministerial Meeting, held online, in Hanoi on Sept 9, 2020. - AFP

CHENGDU (Xinhua): A forum aimed at further deepening cooperation between China and Asean on digital economy was held Monday (Nov 9) in Chengdu, capital of southwest China's Sichuan Province.

The 2020 Asean-China Digital Economy Cooperation Conference attracted officials from the Chinese government and Asean embassies and consulates in China, representatives from China and Asean business associations, experts in the field of the digital economy, and leading enterprises.

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